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The CRV is comfortable, roomy and can hold an adult plus two car seats in the back if needed. Inside the CRV it is noisy but as other reader indicated if the raido is on you don't hear the noise. Then on the other hand when trying to talk on cel phone it's noisey and the reception on the cel phone either way is not clear due to the noise. The center cup holder would be better if upgraded does fold down but is only plastic, why? its a Honda should be better. The cd player is great holds 6 cd's; It is nice to have one touch controls on the steering wheel. The gas its moderate about 21 miles gal in town; There is no lumbar adjustment for the back of the seat for long trips, The abs/ traction is great in the Snow, we get our fair share in Utah. It's a great CRV and comfortable enough for a 4 cyc engine with overdrive.
Very pleased with this vehicle. Had previously owned a mid-size SUV, with a V-6, and was concerned about the power difference. No need for concern. The CRV's 4 cylinder has ample power for city and highway driving conditions. Handles extremely well, very roomy, (more so than the prior SUV I owned which was technically larger according to the specs), and gets good gas mileage for an SUV. Have been averaging 21 MPG combined city/freeway conditions. 25mpg freeway. Was a tossup between the CRV and RAV4. Ended up getting more "bang for my buck" value with the CRV. Pleased with the decision. Would highly recommend this vehicle to those looking for a small size SUV.
Good utility Vehicle, good size back area for carring antiques, garden supplies, groceries, suit cases. Not much room for long legged passengers in back seats. Would not take it on long trips, not a smooth riding vehicle compared to previous minivans. They were smooth riding. Gas milage good. So right now its OK for work and around town driving.